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Stories published August 3, 2001
The store owner said he hopes the defendant uses the time in prison to 'get rehabilitated.' By
The Ohio High School Athletic Association enforces these guidelines for coaches overseeing practices
Teens charged AUSTINTOWN -- Police say two Burkey Road teens used a pellet gun to shoot out a
The minister believes her calling is alternative healing. By JENNINE ZELEZNIK VINDICATOR
Sheriff's deputies believe the attack may have occurred near the Canfield fairgrounds. CANFIELD --
With 23 lettermen and 14 starters returning, Warren Harding looks like the team to beat in the SVC.
Associated Press NEW LICENSE PLATE: Michelle Stanley of the Elyria post of the Ohio State Highway
One lawyer likened the new rules to chopping off one's head 'to cure a cold.' By BOB JACKSON
By JOHN KOVACH VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF YOUNGSTOWN -- Going into a fight, boxer Kelly Pavlik of
A Mahoning County grand jury handed up indictments Thursday against these people: Larry M.
POSSIBLE REACTIONS Nasal congestion and itching, sneezing, runny nose. Coughing, wheezing,
ASSOCIATIONS XMcDonald Baseball Association will meet at 6 p.m. Sunday in the senior citizen's
The commission was authorized to enter the agreement, one of its members says. By AMANDA C. DAVIS
A 3.9-mill, 26-year school bond is to appear on the ballot in November to cover the rest of the
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St. Elizabeth Erica Rodriguez and Carlos Alzate, 2538 Hunter Ave., Youngstown, boy, Aug. 1.
Donna Smith Downie shines as the irritating Mae Peterson. By GARRY L. CLARK VINDICATOR STAFF
The woman's nephew said she was driving the car when police stopped the vehicle for a traffic
The NFL Players Association will create a trust fund to help pay for the education and living
Alternative events offer a reprieve from head-to-head competition. By VERONICA GORLEY VINDICATOR
MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Philip S. Settimo, 24, of 4513 Kirk Road, Austintown, and
The line would help people find social service assistance in their area. By SEAN BARRON
MERCER, Pa. -- A judge sentenced two Masury men to 10 days to one year in Mercer County Jail for
YSU Education Fair YOUNGSTOWN -- Youngstown State University Metropolitan College will have a free
Opinion: By condemning Israel for this week's missile attack that claimed the lives of two children, the
The mayor's lawyer delivered a subpoena to the independent challenger in the mayoral race. By JEFF
Fair food operations run by local school booster groups and the FFA are a large part of the groups'
FBI agents who visited Struthers and Goshen officials several months ago had questions about a
Managers are moving tenants who have complained to another location, an official at the management
SALEM -- City council will consider a proposal to sell a piece of city property for use as an animal
The union leader said a restart of the idled mill will likely cost a new owner as much as $5
Procedures in effect for new school facilities LIBERTY -- New procedures governing use of school
The recent tragedies from heatstroke have attracted the attention of coaches. By JOE SCALZO
School fashion show HERMITAGE -- The Shenango Valley Mall will hold a back-to-school fashion show
Septic tanks have been discharging into Diehl Lake. YOUNGSTOWN -- Plans are on the board to extend
JAMES DEAN NIGHT: Turner Classic Movies will pay tribute Monday night to the legend of James Dean
Volunteers will erect the new equipment at the school Saturday. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR
When Gertrude Manning of Poland turned 93, her doctor told her she needed to start acting her age.
The middle school teacher had been warned earlier to stay away from the North Side housing complex
Thunderstorm downs trees, limbs in Salem SALEM -- A severe thunderstorm struck the city, downing
It's not something any coach wants to think about. There are no canned speeches, no flawless
Opinion: The beautiful scenes of the Mahoning Valley broadcast around the world last Sunday as part of
Opinion: Both churches and casinos have their place EDITOR: The Rev. Jay Alford, pastor of Highway
The victim was shot in the arm, back and buttocks. By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR COURTHOUSE REPORTER